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Undertaking Irene - Pamela Burford

Undertaking Irene

Author Pamela Burford

  • Published: 2014-08-06
  • Category: Women Sleuths

Description

"Look out, Janet Evanovich: Jane Delaney is a worthy rival of Stephanie Plum. Bright, smart, and incredibly funny, Undertaking Irene is a delightful laugh-out-loud roller-coaster ride." LORNA BARRETT, New York Times best-selling author of Book Clubbed

"Witty characters, humorous story line and a plot so fun you won't want to stop reading this book! . . . It's laugh out loud funny and will make people wonder what you are reading!" SHELLEY'S BOOK CASE

"This one is definitely ♥♥♥♥♥!" RANTIN', RAVIN' & READING

"Undertaking Irene by Pamela Burford is one of the funniest books I've read in a long time! . . . I was laughing out loud right from the start. . . . I can't wait for book two. If you like humor with your mystery, definitely check this one out!" BROOKE BLOGS, 5 Stars!

"Quirky characters, an intriguing mystery, and snappy dialogue!" ESCAPE WITH DOLLYCAS

"I hated to put it down. . . . I will be looking to read other books by Pamela Burford!" READALOT

Death Diva Jane is simply going about her business, which in this case requires her to empty a three-liter spigot box of cheap rosé on a grave, when she and her furry sidekick Sexy Beast make a grisly discovery in the town cemetery.

The victim was murdered three decades ago, but memories are fresh and old grievances fresher as facts come to light and fingers start pointing. Naturally Jane must investigate. Well, what would you do if one of your best pals turned out to be Suspect Numero Uno?

Meanwhile, between her amorous ex and a sexy bad boy who keeps popping up in the most distracting way—not to mention the (creepy? bizarre? pathetic?) guys she’s meeting through a dog lovers’ dating site—her love life has never been so (creepy? bizarre? pathetic?)… interesting.

Book 1 in the Jane Delaney mystery series. Approximately 259 pages.

Top Customer Reviews

  • Undertaking Irene

    4
    From Seeker NS
    I enjoyed the book. A different story about an unusual woman who is employed by clients to attend wakes and funerals and deliver flowers to different cemeteries. Many unusual jobs come from her clients. A love triangle appears to be starting. Pansy Fong